The last couple of days have been very good family time. While we can’t do all the things we would like to be doing there is still so much fun to be had. I am really hoping that 2021 is a return to our normal holiday traditions and we will appreciate them all that much more.
On Wednesday I woke up early to get a few miles in on the treadmill. Nothing new here.
While I was running I was thinking a lot about 2021 and if we would be able to race again. It would be fun to actually plan some adventures.
I have a credit for my registration for the 2020 race that was cancelled. But the 50 requires a lottery and I am not sure if I will be guaranteed a spot…..and if I will be up for a 50 in July, in Oregon. It’s hard to make any big plans when it’s very unclear what 2021 will look like.
After my run I took the kiddos to grab a couple things at the store, they talked me into getting them yogurt covered pretzels, they are big fans!
Seeing this photo reminds me that I really need to clean out the inside of our car, kids are beasts.
After the store we hit up the sledding hill. I was determined to make up for our failure of a day (fall down 7 times, get up 8). And this time we had a great time.
I love seeing them happy and playing together.
We enjoyed our time outside, soaking up the sun and fresh air.
We spent the rest of the day doing school lessons, napping, lunch etc.
Cory made yummy taco salads for dinner.
I was very excited after putting the kids down for the night I got my new computer delivered and transferred everything over from my old computer.
On Thanksgiving we started cooking right away, two pies and full traditional meal takes a lot of time!
My parents came over to play outside for awhile and we sent them home with some pie for them to enjoy with their meal. We didn’t get to see my bother but made sure to save him a plate.
We made our way to a playground for a little while before dinner time.
We tried to get cute pictures of the kids for the grandparents.
Emmy was just not having it so it was a very 2020 Thanksgiving picture.
Things went up hill from there, the kids liked diner and loved the pie.
The best part was cuddling and watching a Christmas movie.
It was a good day.
How was your Thanksgiving?
Are you planning for any races for 2021?